[kaffe] kaffe compilation under cygwin
yavor.g.georgiev at gmail.com
Tue Sep 25 00:02:01 PDT 2007
Thanks a lot for the help. Adding flags for building static libraries
did the job.
Btw I am compiling GNU Classpath library using latest version of
jikes, or at least this what the configure script chose to use :).
There were no compilation problems, but after I ran "make check", I
got a tremendous rate of succeeded tests 5 of 150. So I guess I will
have to take your patches from the CVS.
2007/9/24, Dalibor Topic <robilad at kaffe.org>:
> Yavor Georgiev wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I am new to kaffe, so excuse me if my question is too simple or already
> > had been answered. I tried to search a similar problem in the
> > mail-archives, but found nothing.
> Hi Yavor,
> > I want a very basic support with no gui or sound support for
> > sure, so I tried to remove everything that seemed unneeded. In result my
> > configure flags are:
> > $ ./../kaffe-1.1.8/configure --without-alsa --without-x --without-esd
> > --disable-sound --disable-xawt-xi18n --disable-gtk-peer
> > --disable-native-awt --disable-gconf-peer --with-engine=intrp
> > --host=i386-cygwin32 --build=i386-cygwin32
> I think you currently need to disable the building of shared libraries
> in order to get a working build without all the linkage problems.
> I've used GNU Classpath CVS head in my build on Cygwin, where I've added
> the neccessary patches to build on Cygwin a while ago, so if you want to
> go that route, you'll need to build classpath's CVS head first, and then
> build kaffe with the freshly built classpath as its class library. I've
> also used the javac from Sun's JDK 1.6, as ecj is not available in
> Cygwin yet, and Classpath's CVS head requires a Java 1.5 capable compiler.
> I'll update the FAQ in CVS reflect that.
> > First I had several problems with IPV6 support
> > functions/structures, it seems that flag USE_IPV6
> > were not set when compiling some part of the source, but was needed to include needed structures/functions from header files.
> > I fixed this easily by adding some ifdefs in the source, since I did not
> > care about IPV6 support.
> Yeah, I've committed a fix for that in classpath's CVS head.
> > Current problem I have that I cannot resolve almost two days now is as
> > follows. During linking of libkaffevm I get the following errors:
> > Please advise what might be causing the problem.
> DLLs on windows are a bit harder to get right than .so-s on Linux. No
> one has done the work yet to be able to build Kaffe as a set of DLLs on
> Windows, so you'd need to make a static build as done in the FAQ. If you
> make the DLL build work out, I'd love to merge in the patches (or in
> general, other patches you come up with).
> dalibor topic
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